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‘Now You See Me’: Will you believe in magic?

Filmmaking in and of itself is an illusion. With a strong story and effects, a film effectively fools the audience and draws them in...

‘R.I.P.D.’ is a fun, if uninspired, good time

“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead shall walk the earth.” That is the premise of horror film after horror film, sometimes with the quote even plastered on the poster.

‘R.I.P.D.’ is a fun, if uninspired, good time

“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead shall walk the earth.” That is the premise of horror film after horror film, sometimes with...

‘The Lone Ranger’: Can great acting make up for a mess of a script?

The Lone Ranger is an American icon. The mask, the hat and the simple uttering of “Hi ho Silver, away!” are as American as our flag. So, does Gore Verbinski, director of the famous “Pirates of the Caribbean” saga, do the American legend justice? Well, kind of.

‘Man of Steel’ is everything a Superman film should be

Perhaps the filmmakers don’t realize it, but “Man of Steel” has come out in a time when America needs someone like Superman. Over the past year, we’ve seen terrifying attack over terrifying attack, and we’ve seen normal, average people rise up and become heroes to those in need. “Man of Steel” is a film that reminds us what exactly makes heroism like that so inspiring. It brings back that sense of wonder and excitement from watching and reading about superheroes as a kid and shows us just what makes both them and today’s real heroes so incredible. This is another retelling of Superman’s origins.

‘After Earth’: Has M. Night Shyamalan lost his touch?

“After Earth” is a film about emotions. Its central theme is that of conquering fear and overcoming negative emotions in order to overcome the...

Breaking down ‘Fast & Furious 6’

Has the franchise finally run out of gas? “Ride or die, remember?” Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) poignantly summed up “Fast & Furious 6” with those four words.

‘Star Trek’ flies into theaters, exceeds expectations

If anyone out there is concerned about how Benedict Cumberbatch (“Sherlock”) will perform as Khan in the new “Star Trek” movie, they needn’t worry. He owns this role. Even his iconic line from the movie trailer gives off chills. “Now, shall we begin?”

‘Iron Man 3’ amazing in some areas, suffers in others

In “The Avengers, ”Captain America had some choice words for Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr., “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”): What is he...

5 movies to look forward to this summer

There are tons of things that come to mind when Alaskans think of summer: sunlight, hiking, fishing — and of course, gigantic summer blockbusters. Almost...

‘Oblivion,’ a disappointment

‘Tis the summer of dystopian sci-fi movies. The pitcher is known for throwing curveballs, and first up to bat is Tom Cruise’s “Oblivi­on.” While it doesn’t strike out, it also doesn’t knock anything out of the ballpark.

“42” biopic hits a homerun with fans of all ages

“42” is a sports bio/drama that chronicles the life story of Jackie Robinson and his historic sign-on with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Written and directed by Brian Helgeland (writer of “Robin Hood”), this epic film beautifully captures the intensity of segregation in the mid-1900s and what two men of different colors decided to do about it.

‘Jurassic Park 3-D,’ the cherry on top

Dinosaur lovers unite! After 20 years, the classic adventure/sci-fi film “Jurassic Park” is back and better than ever. If there was ever a movie destined to make a screen-popping comeback, “Jurassic Park” is it. Just when audiences thought this classic couldn’t possible get any better, 3-D is the cherry on top.

‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ underwhelms

Mindless action films have been a staple of American cinema ever since Sylvester Stallone mumbled and murdered his way through “Rambo: First Blood Part II” and “Rambo III.” “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” directed by Jon M. Chu, is another patriotic installment on this list filled to the brim with big-name actors.

‘Olympus Has Fallen’: A win-win for everyone

Search the Internet for director Antoine Fuqua (“Shooter” 2007, “Training Day” 2001) and you will have a pretty good idea of what you are getting yourself into. “Olympus Has Fallen” is classic Fuqua, complete with political implications, blood, sweat, tense relationships and tears, all wrapped up with a happy ending.

‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ re-imagines while paying homage

The joy of seeing the land of Oz on the silver screen is absolutely incredible. Most people who see this new prequel are too young to have seen “Wizard of Oz” in theaters back in 1939, but that doesn’t diminish the wonder of it.

Erin Brockovich, the one-woman wonder

File:Erin_Brockovich“Erin Brockovich” is based on the true story of a woman who rose above her circumstances and changed the lives of hundreds. Julia Roberts (“Mirror, Mirror”) is phenomenal as Brockovich, a sassy middle-class, down-on-her-luck, single mom who won’t take no for an answer.

The Rock ruins it again

“Snitch” is based upon true events put into play in part by Reagan-era drug laws. Director Ric Roman Waugh’s fourth film edges close to home for many audience members who have gone through similar situations, but doesn’t quite hit it out of the park.

‘Booker’s Place,’ an emotional film screening for Black History Month

“All he did was tell the truth.” The tagline for “Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story” is a foreboding one foretelling the tragic nature of the documentary, even without the faded KKK photograph on the DVD’s cover.

‘Die Hard’ needs to die out

It shouldn’t be physically possible to make an even worse “Die Hard” movie after the fourth one came out. Apparently, it is.

‘Identity Thief’ a bumpy romp in comedy

“You see those numbers? That’s her height. I’m going after Bilbo.” Luckily, this trailer teaser wasn’t the funniest line of dialogue in “Identity Thief.”

Zombie romance offers a surprisingly successful twist on Romeo and Juliet

If love is a battlefield, this one’s a doozy. The story of Romeo and Juliet gets a modern revamp (or re-zomb?) in the new rom-zom-com “Warm Bodies,” where being a Capulet means you’re living, and a Montague means you’re the living dead.

A&E Opinion: Zombie films need a boost in story artistry

Zombie movies have become a joke. The ravenous undead are no longer terrifying. Now they're stupid, shambling mannequins on which laughable premises are thrust.

Schwarzenegger’s ‘Last Stand,” a fun homage to the 1980s

In the 1980s action flicks were a dime a dozen. Excessive violence, highly unlikely circumstances, bulky men and pretty women ruled the screen. And, by divine action movie formula, every great flick in the genre had at least one obscenely big gun, such as a Gatling gun or rocket launcher, for the situation. It was like clockwork.

‘Die Hard’ a holiday classic

Holiday movies are all fine and dandy, but they get old once the holidays are over and they’re still playing on every channel. When you finally get sick of reindeer, elves and even Adam Sandler (“8 Crazy Nights,” anyone?) and want a little action, there is a fool-proof option: “Die Hard.”

‘Skyfall’ falls short on expectations

It’s not hard to make a good Bond movie. “Skyfall” marks the 23rd in the franchise, so clearly the well-worn structure for not screwing things up is still good.